Dated September 8, 1949, this memorandum summarizes some aspects of the experience with the Reeves Electronic Analogue Computer (REAC) installation at RAND. Part I consists of an outline of the modifications made both by Reeves and by RAND. The emphasis is on engineering details. Part II contains examples of generalized operational techniques of an unusual nature, combined with a scrutiny of several problems solved at RAND. Part III is a discussion of personnel requirements and calibration and maintenance procedures.
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